Bold colours are one of today’s most popular interior trends. Hardly surprising when you consider how greyscale the world may have felt over the past year. Being at home so much has given us much inspiration to inject our interiors with a heavy dose of colour. But how do you start and, importantly, how far do you want to go?
Vinyl floors come in many shapes and styles: from wood-like planks to tiles with stone motifs. Depending on the type of vinyl floor, the installation method varies as well. Traditional glue-down vinyl requires a flat surface and a bit of skill – or a professional installer. Vinyl click flooring however, makes installation a whole lot more manageable for those who like to take matters into their own hands.
Having a dedicated room to exercise at home was already becoming popular, and the pandemic has turned it into a firm trend. With the long-term closure of gyms and yoga studios, people are looking for an alternative in their own homes. It goes without saying that a multifunctional sports room can’t make-do with just any kind of floor. It needs a soft floor that can also take knocks, like Alpha Vinyl from Quick-Step.
Want to enjoy the look of natural wood or stone as well as comfort, softness, resilience and acoustic performance? Vinyl is a beautiful, durable and waterproof floor that can be installed in any room – including kitchens and bathrooms. But what’s the best place to buy it: online or at a dealer?
Vinyl is hardwood flooring’s artificial sibling. Though both floors have very different properties, they definitely have one thing in common: their stunning good looks. Since it can be hard to choose which floor best suits your needs, were here to help by offering an in-depth comparison.